REGINA – Brett Kemp scored 1:40 into overtime, lifting the Edmonton Oil Kings to a 4-3 victory over the Regina Pats on Wednesday in Western Hockey League action.
Colton Kehler scored twice and Trey Fix-Wolansky also scored for the Oil Kings (12-24-6).
Robbie Holmes led the Pats (21-19-4) with two goals. Matt Bradley had the other.
Edmonton goaltender Josh Dechaine turned away 33 shots. Regina’s Ryan Kubic made 29 saves.
Neither team scored on the power play. The Oil Kings were 0 for 3 while the Pats went 0 for 2.
WARRIORS 8 HITMEN 3
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Tristin Langan scored four times as the Warriors downed Calgary.
Justin Almeida, Brecon Wood, Tyler Smithies and Tate Popple also scored for Moose Jaw (34-6-3). Jayden Halbgewachs and Tanner Jeannot had three assists apiece.
Jakob Stukel had two goals for the Hitmen (13-23-6) and Carson Focht scored the other.
TIGERS 3 BLADES 2
SASKATOON — David Quenneville scored the winner midway through the third period as Medicine Hat edged the Blades.
Gary Haden and Bryan Lockner also scored for the Tigers (23-16-3).
Braylon Shmyr and Chase Wouters scored for Saskatoon (21-19-3).
COUGARS 4 GIANTS 3 (OT)
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Josh Maser scored four times, including the overtime winner, as the Cougars sunk Vancouver.
Taylor Gauthier made 27 saves for Prince George (16-19-7).
Ty Ronning scored all three goals for the Giants (24-14-6) and David Tendeck turned away 33 shots.
SILVERTIPS 4 AMERICANS 0
EVERETT, Wash. — Dustin Wolf made 29 saves and Connor Dewar scored twice as the Silvertips beat Tri-City.
Kevin Davis also scored twice for Everett (25-16-2).
Beck Warm combined with Patrick Dea for 53 saves for the Americans (22-13-5). Tri-City’s Maxwell James was given a match penalty for charging at 7:24 of the third period.
ROCKETS 7 CHIEFS 4
KELOWNA, B.C. — Kyle Topping scored twice as the Rockets downed Spokane.
Braydyn Chizen, Kaedan Korczak, Nolan Foote, Cal Foote and Kole Lind also scored for Kelowna (26-12-3).
Jeff Faith, Tyson Helgesen, Jaret Anderson-Dolan and Zach Fischer scored for the Chiefs (21-18-3).